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Yes I Am [Melissa Etheridge]


  • 1. I'm the Only One
    2. If I Wanted To
    3. Come to My Window
    4. Silent Legacy
    5. I Will Never Be the Same
    6. All American Girl
    7. Yes I Am
    8. Resist
    9. Ruins
    10. Talking to My Angel
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 848660

  • Credits
    ProducerHugh Padgham; Melissa Etheridge
    EngineerHugh Padgham

    Personnel: Melissa Etheridge (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars); Waddy Wachtel (electric guitar); James Fearnley (accordion); Ian McLagen (organ); Scott Thurston (keyboards); Pino Palladino, Kevin McCormick, David Sutton (bass); Mauricio Fritz Lewak (drums, percussion).
    Recorded at A&M Studios, Los Angeles, California.
    "Come To My Window" won the 1995 Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. "Come To My Window" and "I'm The Only One" were both nominated for Best Rock Song.
    Personnel: Melissa Etheridge (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Richard Wachtel, Waddy Wachtel (electric guitar); James Fearnley (accordion); Scott Thurston (keyboards); Mauricio-Fritz Lewak (drums, percussion).
    Audio Mixer: Hugh Padgham.
    Recording information: A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA.
    On her fourth album, Melissa Etheridge continues to write songs with a strong rock base and no sign of giving in to any kinds of trends. With the one-two punch of "I'm The Only One" and "Come To My Window," Etheridge manages to break through to bigger success on her own terms. YES I AM continues with tales of love within the lives of ordinary people while still managing to touch on a few different themes.
    "All American Girl" mentions AIDS, while "Talking To My Angel" is about growing up alienated in a small town. An added bonus is the inclusion of "I Will Never Be The Same," a previously unreleased track which was one of a few Etheridge songs featured in the movie WELCOME HOME ROXIE CARMICHAEL.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (9/24/93, p.93) - "...[Etheridge's] music has an intimacy not often found in the boys' club of mainstream rock. There's also a darkness that's very appealing, as Etheridge hurls her haunted rasp of a voice through songs of desperate love..." - Rating: B
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